Diet & Exercise vs. Eating & Training

Diet & Exercise vs. Eating & Training

Diet and exercise or eat and train? One of those pairs is far superior. Eating and training fosters a lifelong healthy relationship with your body and food. You’re going to feed yourself and move around anyway, why not do it with some intent? This week’s links all...
Food and Strength Training for Women, Brian, and a Video!

Food and Strength Training for Women, Brian, and a Video!

  First, about food. You need it to live and training creates increased demand on your body, leading to an increased need to think about and supply excellent food. Talk to a nutritionist for specific dietary recommendations (and let us know if you need a referral...

Eat the Rainbow: Reds

Welcome to our second installment of our Eat the Rainbow Series. The eat the rainbow concept refers to us encouraging ourselves and others to eat a wide variety of fruits and veggies in a rainbow of colors. When we consume a variety of colorful foods (naturally...

Eat the Rainbow: Greens

We’ve all probably heard the candy commercials touting ‘Taste the Rainbow’ as their slogan. While I’m not encouraging eating candy this is actually a great concept for healthy eating, IF they weren’t referring to eating rainbow-colored...

Hydrate, Hydrate, HYDRATE!

 How important do you consider HYDRATION to your overall health and wellness? If your answer isn’t VERY IMPORTANT, you should definitely keep reading. Water is vital to our health, without water our body cannot function or even survive. Below I have listed...

Broccoli: The Super Veggie

Broccoli, a member of the cabbage family, is a very versatile veggie. Broccoli can be juiced, eaten raw, steamed, roasted and it’s always delicious and filling! Broccoli’s deep green color comes from cartenoids, these phytochemicals can reduce...